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Hello everyone, I would appreciate your help and input regarding my 6.0 Rebuild.
I am looking to do a reliable yet enjoyable build

I have compiled the following list:

1. Full Engine Gasket Set
2. Engine Oil Cooler
3. Stand Pipes / Dummy Plugs
4. (6.4) Push Rods
5. Injectors
6. Glow Plugs
7. Low Pressure Oil Pump
8. Water Pump
9. Thermostat
10. Head Studs
11. Complete Idler & Pulley Set
12. Serpentine Belt
13. AC Pump
14. Resurface Heads / Weld Fire Rings / New Injector Cups / New Injector Seals
15. Replace Front Main Seal & Rear Main Seal (Comes in new Gasket Set)
16. HPOP & SCT Fitting

Please add your input on what you recommend I should also replace/update and with which company I should go with to buy the parts listed above.
If I have missed anything please add it below in comments

Greatly Appreciate Your Time!

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If you plan on resealing the bed plate, you'll need a rotating engine stand.
 
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I would not replace the HPOP unless you know yours is bad. The OEM 2005 are very reliable and aftermarket ones are a crapshoot.
 
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I don't think ill be doing that. I watched a few videos and managed to save that gasket.
bed plate gasket still feels rubbery and looks alright.
I will defiantly replace the oil pan gasket.
So the motor is out and apart, and you're not going to re-seal the bedplate when it is all accessible? That is right up there with not changing all the lifters.
I normally don't over step but that is a stupid choice IMO.....but its your truck.
 

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So the motor is out and apart, and you're not going to re-seal the bedplate when it is all accessible? That is right up there with not changing all the lifters.
I normally don't over step but that is a stupid choice IMO.....but its your truck.
you have a point. if it comes with the complete gasket set I might as well
 

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So the motor is out and apart, and you're not going to re-seal the bedplate when it is all accessible? That is right up there with not changing all the lifters.
I normally don't over step but that is a stupid choice IMO.....but its your truck.
100% Agree with this ^^^ You're going this far, do it right!

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